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the change. >> stephen: i'll tell you why the change-- death panels got her. (laughter) prove me wrong, obama! folks, this affects me very deeply. over the past month, obamacare lady and i grew very close. (laughter) i mean, we had an instant connection until it disconnected me. (laughter) still, we spent a lot of time together loading and buffering and refreshing. i shared more with her than i ever have with a picture of a woman. (laughter) my full name, my yearly income, apartment and/or suite number, i even told her that i'm not pregnant. (laughter) that i know of. (laughter) i've searched everywhere on the internet for her, all across the health care sites, over at the white house site. i even did a stock photo search for "vaguely ethnic smiling woman." (laughter) nothing. maybe those laughing salad ladies know something. (laughter) why are you laughing? (laughter) how can you eat at a time like this? (laughter) we have to find her, nation. and i have made a composite sketch, okay? if anyone see this is woman -- (laughter). please, please contact me immediately. nation, i don't know about
to financial ruin by, well, who can remember all right. let's just say it was obama. pull up the president smiling in front of a poor family. yes. that feels right. the point is, it wasn't the banks. now, a lot of people lost their savings and have had to pay for their retirement with things like reverse mortgages where in exchange for cash now, fred thompson gets your home when you die. and as far as i am aware, he is not legally allowed to kill you to get it sooner. thank you, elizabeth warren. so times are tough, it is true but now we have bounced back, if by "we" i don't mean you, and generally i don't, because since 2009, 95 percent of income gains have gone to the top one percent. so that is just wrong. the one percent should get 99 percent. that adds up to 100. where is the missing four percent? i bet the poor took it, you know they steal. you know, folks, we know there are more takers every day. matchers, who are making off of us makers. >> 60 millions are dependent on social security. >> one out of every seven americans receive food stamps. >> it has gone up 11,000 percent. >> i
) the obamacare web site is a disaster and i am loving it! (laughter) more techno-turd taco will be barack obama's true legacy. it's his gettysburg address-- if lincoln had said "fourscore and error 404 emancipation not found." (cheers and applause) well, i guess it's not his entire legacy. he'll industrial the beer summit and his all you can kill robot buffet. (laughter) folks, i'm not surprised it ain't working. this web site relies on separately designed say databases and software from 55 different contractors. getting that many people to work together is like herding cats. (laughter) also, some of the contractors were cats. (laughter) and brace yourselves, folks, the lead contractor is from america's ancient nemesis canada. (audience reacts) now, by canadian law we must also they in french. can-da! (laughter) now, the company behind web site gate is montreal-based conseillers en gestion et anformastic. (laughter) excuse me, i believe i just ordered an $80 cheese. and i'm not the only one who diagnosed obamacare with a terminal case of blow chunkage. (laughter) so did president obama care. >>
to be the lasting legacy of wilson? is there anything in obama that we see from wilson? >> well i think there are a lot of things we see in obama, although i think he could take a few pages out of of the wilson playbook, and that is have more of a conversation with the congress and with the country for that matter. >> stephen: i understand that wilson actually put the idea of nationalized health care on the table 100 years ago. >> this was something that first came up. >> stephen: so, really, obamacare is a discussion that started 100 years ago. >> almost every progressive idea came up with woodrow wilson. >> stephen: what was wilson's balmcare web site like? was it any better back in 1913? i think at this point, steam power might be better than what we have. >> i think it worked better, but you know, we're going to get this fixed. i think. ( laughter ) >> stephen: well, we shall see. thank you so much. a. scott berg. ( cheers and applause ). the book is "wilson." we'll be right back. ( cheers and a a a a ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: that's if for the report, everybody. goo
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